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on mornings on 2. >>> also coming up, we continue to follow that s.w.a.t. team standoff in san francisco and things are changing by the minute. >>> two separate arson incidents at two separate hospitals, stay right here with us. >> reporter: heavy rain and strong winds moving across the bay area overnight. mum, we'll break down rain timing for today and when thunderstorms could be added to the forecast. >>> an intense standoff unfolding at a san francisco pot club this morning. we'll tell you why the s.w.a.t. team was called to this building and we'll tell you about the wanted man we're told is inside. >> reporter: a two-hour police standoff in a quiet neighborhood in san mateo. we will tell you what happened inside the hospital, what workers there are telling us this morning. >>> also -- stormy weather both here at home and back east. how this is affecting this morning's flights at sfo. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> well, good morning to you. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's wednesday, march 6th. >>> we begin with developing news fro
this morning, san francisco's archbishop is making strong statements against same-sex marriage days before the course takes up proposition 8 and will hear arguments if the ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional. archbishop is talking to abc7 news reporter right now. early this morning he told "usa today" that to legalize marriage between two people of the same sex would enshrine in the law the principle that mothers and fathers are interchangeable or irrelevant. he also says a court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage may only intensify the debate. you can see his interview with the archbishop this afternoon going on abc7 news starting at 4:00. >> five bay area police departments are now in the middle of a 24 hour tweet athen, the palo alto, east palo alto, fremont, mountain view, and los gatos police departments are participating in the event with 160 agencies taking part. they are tweeting of service calls to increase awareness of police work and their issues. fremont police tweeted "call a man in 50's down on a bench waving his arms and moaning, fire and p.d. on the scene." hashtag
friday at the school. >> new this morning, san francisco's archbishop is making strong statements against same-sex marriage days before the course takes up proposition 8 and will hear arguments if the ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional. archbishop is talking to abc7 news reporter right now. early this morning he told "usa today" that to legalize marriage between two people of the same sex would enshrine in the law the principle that mothers and fathers are interchangeable or irrelevant. he also says a court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage may only intensify the debate. you can see his interview with the archbishop this afternoon going on abc7 news starting at 4:00. >> five bay area police departments are now in the middle of a 24 hour tweet athen, the palo alto, east palo alto, fremont, mountain view, and los gatos police departments are participating in the event with 160 agencies taking part. they are tweeting of service calls to increase awareness of police work and their issues. fremont police tweeted "call a man in 50's down on a bench waving his arms and moaning, fire a
to /ub date you on the recent events that have occurred in san francisco. as you know i'm filling in for chief [inaudible] in virginia. in addition to being in virginia he made a side trip to washington dc to talk about the bipartisan committee on gun violence and he stroke directly on a straw buying purchase that occurred in san francisco. i'll go through what the recent events that have been newsworthy from the chief's last report to this report, i'm happy to report that it's been relatively quiet. we have not had a homicide report. i still knock on wood for that. our violent crime has continued to decrease with the exception of our property crime and one of those crimes is gonna be discussed tonight regarding the robberies of iphones tonight and that type of thing. we seem to be up in robberies. they continue to be up and the presentation tonight will address that issue, along with prevention measures by the san francisco state division. some of the newsworthy events that have occurred was unfortunately we had a shooting on march 7th of bryant street. it occurred at 3:48
day and never forget the beloved city of san francisco. >> we should turn around and get the shovels. after 3. 1, 2, 3. all right. [ applause ] . all right. >> -- to track stolen phones to be used in the field for other investigative purposes. that is approximately 977 dollars. >> you have a memo from the captain in your packets regarding this do nation. ironically to track cell phone thefts. is there anything you'd like to add? commissioners, questions or concerns? and is there any public comment regarding this matter. >> [inaudible] for quite a few times starting when he was the secretary for the police commission. i have a great deal of respect for him. i believe his promotion was well earned and i think in the [inaudible] if there's anybody in the department who would utilize this effectively it would be him. >> any further comments on this matter. hearing none, now closed. do i have a motion for acceptance. >> i move. >> all in favor. >> approved. line item number two. >> the public is now welcome to address items that do not appear on the agenda but are in the subject m
-1-1 if a suspicious person is knocking on their door. >> san francisco district attorney's office is definitive charging a man suspected of killing a 77-year-old newspaper vendor. he was selling the chronicle from a booth outside a montgomery street bart station on january 28 when a man lifted him up and dropped him on the sidewalk. he died three weeks later. the "san francisco chronicle" reports that police booked 936-year-old marc anthony castille on suspicion of murder and the d.a. said they did not have enough evidence to charge him. investigators now say they have the evidence to go forward. he is set to be arraigned this week. >> only on abc7 news, the family of a murdered marine speaks exclusively with us about the young woman with the bright future who decided to serve her country. kira klapper has more on that. >> the family of the woman says it is still hard to believe she is gone. in the last year since she became a main, the 19-year-old had become a point of pride for the entire family. you can see outside their oakley only, a small sticker on her dad's struck describes how they fee
quickly and the fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fire. >> a san francisco club is closed this weekend of a yesterday morning's shooting that left three people wounded. it happened at 330 rich nightclub in south beach. one man remains in critical condition. witnesses say dozens of shots were fired by one or more gunmen after an altercation. police collected more than 50 pieces of evidence from the crime scene that screeched from inside the club, up the alley, to a parking lot on bran nonstreet. the stay entertainment commission ordered the club closed for the remainder of the weekend. >>> san leandro police are investigating the city's first homicide of the year. authorities say a man was killed friday night when he tried to defend his mother-in-law. the wnman was unloading her car on arbor way around 9:30 when someone tried to rob her. her 33-year-old son-in-law was shot while trying to help her. police are looking for two suspects, possibly a man and woman who drove away in a dark-colored sedan. >> for the second time this month santa clara county paid cash for
. police say he hit a girl saturday night while she was crossing the road. san francisco's district attorney says tragedies like this are avoidable. >> this is a tragedy and this is the kind of outcome that doesn't need to occur. >> she was a student at lowell high school. coincidentally yesterday san francisco supervisors unanimously approved using almost $800,000 in federal money to improve pedestrian safety along sloat boulevard. >>> the bay area has been dodging scattered showers throughout the afternoon as this cool wet weather hangs around a little while longer. chief meteorologist paul deanno has the hd doppler radar fired up. what's happening? >> reporter: hi-def doppler is mainly dry has been for much of the day. some isolated showers here on there. most of the rainfall fell last night. one spot i'm tracking now between vallejo and napa heading east so heads up in fairfield. you may get a shower or two. a live look outside mainly cloudy skies. chances are a couple of trees or branches were down in your neighborhood. mill valley had a
willie brown. >>> it's the end of an era. san francisco institution closes its doors today after 27 years. tommy toys was a hot place for celebrities. clint eastwood dined there and attracted politicians like senator dianne feinstein and willie brown. changing demographics have forced the restaurant to close. >> facebook is coming out with its own smart phone. it will announce it to the media next week. insiders say the phone will be made by hpc using a version of google android technology. it's designed to direct users to rely on facebook overcome pete go apps and services. >> things like an easter egg hunt for kids, right? not so fast, a discovery in san francisco has kids of all ages looking for a hidden gem. its door leading to wonder. >> reporter: this curious door in golden gate park has imaginations running wild. the door sits at the base. tree near the museum and academy of sciences. >> my mom found a picture on facebook and she thought it would be fun. >> a lot of people have been looking for it and giving their best guess as to who or what built it. that is the spirit or how abo
of san francisco is making comments against gays and lesbians marrying before the supreme court considers the ban in california on same-sex marriage. core -- cornell is live with more. >> as proposition 8 heads to the supreme court, the archbishop is speaking candidly about same-sex marriage saying he respects differing opinions but wants do make it very clear that he opposed it. he tells "usa today" that he realized many people in san francisco disagree with the church's teachings on marriage and sex but there is a deeply embedded catholic culture here. the archbishop goes on to say that "marriage should be between a man and a woman and to legalize it makes mothers and fathers irrelevant." his beliefs have not been popular and many have protested outside of st. mary's but public opinion on same-sex marriage has shifted not only is the president supportive, his administration has filed a legal brief with the supreme court. crisperry and sandy of one of two couples behind the lawsuit challenging prop 8. >> if we prevail, if lower court rulings are reversed and proposition 8 goes away was o
. christie smith is live at san francisco city hall where it all began. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, john. the u.s. supreme court is set to hear two distinct cases on gay marriage next week. the bay area is ready with marches and vigils planned. there is also a 12-year-old boy that reached out to chief justice john roberts to let him know about his own family here in the bay area in santa rosa. he and his sister, salina, are adopted. they have two dads. the family is committed to each other. looking to the u.s. supreme court to decide the legality of his parent's union as it will consider california's ban on same-sex marriage tuesday. wednesday, the court considers another case that challenges the federal defensive marriage act. in the la few family, 12-year-old daniel learned that justice roberts has two adopted kids of his own. he said he thought he would never have a family of his own. >> my foster mom always told me i was unadoptable because of my medical condition. when my dads adopted me, i realized that everything she said was a complete lie. >> on monday, marr
and expected to survive. >> developing news, san francisco police right now are investigating a shooting in the mission district. the victim, a man was taken to the hospital. his condition is not known at this hour. the shooting was reported just after 3:00 a.m. at the intersection of 24th and bryant streets. >> u.s. park police are investigating a shooting in the fort mason area last night that left a man wounded. victim who is in his 20s and from the east bay managed to make it to a restaurant to ask for help. he was taken to the hospital to be treated for a leg wound. national park service says it received calls from people that heard gunfire. so far, police don't have any suspects in custody. >>> two people killed in fiery crash on interstate 80 in davis were from petaluma. the driver says he choked on food and his hit three cars. the couple was remembered last night at buddhist temple. here is more from santa rosa. >> reporter: dozens of mourners gathered at the buddhist temple where 76 man and his 74-year-old wife worshipped almost daily. couple were more than parishioners. they fo
in san francisco's mission district. how police are responding coming up. >> a nasty attack at the giants and a's game at a-t and t ballpark. we have details on the fight.. caught on video. >> and a rainy easter weekend in the bay area. with more on the way. with the very latest on your forecast, let's check in with janu arasu. we're taking this live look outside at the golden gate bridge. it is a foggy start to the morning. there are some sprinkles in the north bay. into the afternoon there is a chance of some cloudy showers continuing through sunday. we're expecting more in terms of rain. indecency mainly those cells are off shore but you are going to see that system spinning off of alaska counterclockwise. this is approaching us and as it does lyrics by acting widespread showers and thunderstorms. the rain is sitting offshore but it is expected to hit the north bay. >> new this morning, u.s. park police are investigating a shooting in san francisco's fort mason area. people in the normally quiet area reported hearing gunfire around 9 last night. minutes later, a man walked into a resta
more at 6:30. >> san francisco's archbishop is making strong comments against gays and lesbians marrying. this is days before the supreme court considers california's ban on same-sex marriage. the archbishop says the debate will continue no matter how the court rules. he says that he relies many people in san francisco disagree with the teach >>guest: on marriage and sex but there is also a deeply embedded catholic culture here with many who understand and cherish the church teachings. >> and new information on christopher dorner, a battle for the $1.2 million reward offered for his capture. dorner took his own life in a southern california cabin after a shoot out with police. now, the associated press reports that a couple tied up by dropper and a man he car jabbed are both trying to blame the reward munch the people who want the money are being public because they know he cannot come after them. he killed four during the rampage in southern california including two police officers. >> ahead, the bay area cities leading the nation in rising home prices. >> new this morning, pre
and now the search is on for a gunmen in san francisco. police say, that two people were in the white car on the screen, when a suspect opened fired hitting the 30 year-old male passenger, in downtown san francisco near bryant street. the driver was not hit, and drove off looking for a hospital. the eventually the driver stopped at market and davis shutting down traffic the passenger was taken to the hospital would like spring injuries. the driver is being questioned about what exactly led to the shooting, the suspect is still on the loose. >> new this morning, san francisco police are searching for two suspects who robbed a house then fled across the bay bridge. authority say that two male suspects forced their way into a home in the 2100 block of 23rd street in san francisco's potrero hill neighborhood. robbers then pass what the victim, took an iphone and ipad then fled from the residents. police were able to track the suspect on the bay bridge before they lost sight of the vehicle. anyone with information on robbers is asked to contact the san francisco police to permit. >> time is up
to 25% of the reserve is -- can be done by the san francisco unified school district and it's based on an inflation adjusted per pupil revenue, so as ms. howard said earlier, we're not sure, we're assuming the school district will be able to draw from the rainy day reserve but they're getting a bump from the reserve from the state, but this particular formula is quite generous, and therefore, it's likely that they will still not be up to the level that's required by formula and they can withdraw, so they withdraw 25% of whatever's left each year so that amount gets smaller and smaller because we haven't been depositing into the reserve nor have we been with drawing over the next couple of years, it's like the school district will continue to withdraw until it's completed. >> supervisor mar? >> thank you, the school district faces i think it's a march 15 deadline for may not renew notices or layoff notices for teachers and i'm wondering, when do you think we'll know for sure whether the school district will be able to draw from the rainy day reserve? >> we are aware of that march 15t
. a san francisco institution closes its doors after 27 years. tommy was a hot spot for celebrities. they dined there, it's also attracted politicians like dianne feinstein and former mayor willie brown. changing demographics and lease issues have forced tommy's joint to close. >> insiders siarg the phone will be made by htc icing google's android technology. user's home page will automatic pop up when the facebook phone turns on. >>> things like easter egg hunts those are for kids, right? a discovery in san francisco have kids of all ages looking for a hidden gem. its door leading to a world of wonder. ama daetz has the story. >> ama: this curious door in golden gate park has imaginations running wild. it sits at at base of a tree near the de young museum and academy of sciences. >> my mom found a picture on facebook and she thought it would be fun. >> ama: in fact a lot of people have been looking for it and giving their best guess as to who or what buy it. >> ama: how about an elf? that is what they think. we all know what elves look like right? >> they look like -- they look lik
in connection with the death of an elderly news vendor in san francisco will be charnld with his murder after all. 77-year-old donald ayers was on break when he was attacked. mark anthony cassell walked up to him and slammed him onto the pavement for no apparent reason. the fall shattered ayers' hip and he died three weeks later in the hospital. cassell was charged with one count of murder and also will be charged with an additional count of elder abuse. the da said he didn't have enough evidence to charge him with more, but bail is set at half a million dollars. >>> there's word tonight that san jose is about to spend big so that tech giants continue thinking the golden state instead of the lone star state. it appears the city is prepared to spend millions to make sure that happens. we're outside to explain san jose's, shall we call it, an incentive plan? >> reporter: that's what we're calling it tonight, jessica, and it certainly seems you have to give to get is the philosophy the city of san jose is falling, and trying to make sure samsung stays and grows here in the silicon valley rather
news from san francisco, s.w.a.t. teams are now involved in a tense standoff in -- standoff in the bay view district. it is the scene in two area hospitals, stay with us. . >>> we are live in the emergency room where a patient caused such a stir, other patients had to be hospitalized, next. >>> and we are live in san jose where the roads are wet, we will tell you what to expect for your commute. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> well, good morning to you, it is wednesday, march 6th, i am dave clark. >> yes, and we are on storm watch this morning. >> well, some roads in the bay area looked like lakes overnight. a photographer took these pictures. nearly a foot fell on santa rosa and the rain caused all sorts of problems, trees were knocked down and roads were taken by trees. >>> you can see scattered showers in parts of the north bay and some more greens are showing up basically to san jose and out to the east, this activity has moved to the south and we will move the maps to the south as well. it does increase rainfall rate in that area and we have arraign fall intensity 1.7
into san francisco. >> the san mateo bridge the glossy roadway. >> the drive times 11-12 minutes. >> the golden gate bridge looking good 23 minutes out of novato into the city. >> erica let's go live out to israel where president obama has just arrived. he just took a moment to deliver remarks to the crowd that showed up to welcome him. this is his first trip to israel as president. there is a lot to talk about with the ongoing situation there in the middle east between israel and palestinians. we will have to see what happens at this historic meeting as it is under way. we will follow the president's movements throughout the day and update you on what is going on. >> back here in the bay area we began our news this morning with developing story i san jose police looking for a gunman who they say shot a man in an apparent drive-by shooting. >> here is the place we're talking about. the address is 1720 hopkins and drive. that is a middle school area. let me push in and show you the area we're talking about. this again a middle school nestled in a community. police said the victim
with us. >>> we're live in san francisco's west portal neighborhood where one woman is fighting for her life after being struck in a crosswalk. police say it was foggy but one neighbor says that was no excuse. >> a bay area baseball coach is facing serious charges and why this investigation is far from over. >> yet another threat at a bay area school. this time on the peninsula. how the police are responding. >> reporter: and we're live in coopertino where dozens of people camped out to get something for free 365 days out of the year. mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it is thursday march 21st . an elderly woman is in the hospital after she and her husband were run over by a truck. tara is live where the crash happened. >> reporter: good morning. that woman is in critical condition fighting for her life. getting an idea how busy this intersection can be. this is where it happened in one of these four crosswalks right here. it's very bus
marriage, thousands of people marched and rallied in san francisco last night. the march started at castro and market streets at about 6:30 and made its way to city hall. activists says they're optimistic that the ultimate ruling of the supreme court will go in their favor. especially now that a new poll finds that the majority of americans support same sex marriage. >> every day i get more and more optimistic. i feel that if there is a momentum across the country and it would be stupid if there ruled against the marriage. >> in support of l-g-b-t residents in many bay area cities and elsewhere, the rainbow flag is expected to be unfurled today and tomorrow at the city halls of san leandro, berkeley, oakland, hayward, alameda and san francisco. >> here's a look at what will happening at the hearing today. first, the backers of proposition 8. will get 30 minutes to argue for the ban on same- sex marriage. then the opponents of prop 8, which will be the attorneys for the couples that filed the original challenge, will get 20 - minutes to argue that the ban is unconstitutional. the final 10 m
of the victims has to the bay area. >>> two people arrested in san francisco. the crime they are accused of committing. >>> gearing up for the oakland running festival. they are getting set to start in just a half hour. >>> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. let's dive into it and get a check of the forecast. good morning, to you rosemary. >> good morning. it's a gorgeous day for a run. it's a bit of a chilly start. another round of nice mild weather into the afternoon. this could be the warmest day. i see cooler weather on the way. i'll detail your forecast and have a look at your numbers for today copping up -- coming up >>> sis pecked gunman in a -- suspected gunman in a marine bar rack shooting is from the bay area. she graduated from liberty high in brentwood. her friends say she dreamt of joining the marines and serving her country. >> we were talking about her wanting to come over and i wanted to see her. i wanted her to see my baby. the last time she saw him was when he turned one. i just missed her a lot. and we talk through facebo
service. christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the san francisco entertainment commission has shut down a nightclub near at&t park after a shooting rampage left three people wound. alex savidge tells us that the shooting sent patrons diving for cover. >> reporter: the gunfire broke out this morning at a nightclub in san francisco's south of market. >> everybody was down everyone were screaming and people running in and out and blood on the floor and in the club, broken glasses. people falling and getting stepped on. >> reporter: witnesses say it started with an argument inside the 330 rich club, when one man pulled a gun and fired. brittany williams ran outside behind a car to avoid being shot. >> there was a girl behind me asking me what to do and hi no idea, just stay behind this car. >> reporter: three men were shot, all from the east bay. and police expect those victims to survive. after the initial gunfire inside the nightclub, this dispute spilled out into the street, where more shut shotses were fired and what police described to mes a rolling gunbattle continueded to this
4 news starts now. >> pam: breaking news tonight at five. san francisco police right now. investigating a shooting. this happened just before 4- pm, the victim found on the corner of market and davis streets. after being shot more than a mile away. at this hour -- muni service is being diverted. kron 4's terisa estacio is live at the scene -- terisa what is happening right now? >> reporter: this is very much a developing situation. i want you to focus your attention on this car. they are telling this off of market street. market street is shutdown. they are going to tow this car. there was a shooting about four blocks away with three people, involved. one person was shot. the passenger was the person that was shot. the driver looked are run for a hospital but somehow ended up on market street. they pulled off to the side is that is when police surrounded the vehicle. the hospital administrators are dealing with them now. in the meantime they have taken the driver to police headquarters to taken into the headquarters to question him. they are still searching for the third
badly. we can smell it. >> reporter: the mayors of san francisco, san jose, santa clara and others came together on the stadium's northwest plaza to symbolize the bid to bring the super bowl here in 2016. >> there is no greater place to have a super bowl than here in silicon valley. >> it will be a regional effort with regional ben films. >> bring the super bowl here, it will be a regional effort with regional benefits. >> it's an incredible. >> reporter: the heart of the stadium is the new high-tech stadium. after the new orleans super bowl blackout this year, officials will highlight the stadium's energy efficiency. >> we have enough solar panels for our ten home games to be powered by the sun. we'll be net neutral on the grid to home games. that's something nobody else in the world can say in sporting events. >> reporter: despite the stadium being in santa clara and closer to san jose -- >> we're only a long putt from the border of san jose. >> reporter: south bay mayors know san francisco look the marquee name. >> san francisco is an iconic
on the picket lines in san francisco; plus, the women who helped win world war ii. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: police will have to get a warrant from now on before they bring drug-sniffing dogs on a suspect's property. the supreme court handed down that decision today, 5-4. justice antonin scalia wrote the majority opinion for a conservative-liberal combination. he found that using sniffer dogs without a warrant violates the fourth amendment's protection against illegal search and seizure. the republican governor of north dakota signed legislation today banning most abortions if a fetal heartbeat can be detected. that means abortions would be illegal as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. governor jack dalrymple acknowledged it's a direct challenge to "roe v. wade," the u.s. supreme court ruling that legalized abortion. dalyrmple also signed the nation's first law banning abortions based on down syndrome and other genetic defects. the supreme court of indiana has upheld the broadest school voucher program in the nation. a unanimous decision
that's darkened concert halls from new york to san francisco. >> woodruff: and we close with the story of the women who worked in a top-secret town in tennessee during world war ii. ray suarez sits down with the author of "the girls of atomic city." >> jane, one of the women i profile in the book, this is a very bright young woman who wanted to study engineering at the university of tennessee. no, i'm sorry. girl don't study at. she went on to be a statistician for the manhattan project. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ving our economy r 0 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporatiofor ublic broadcasting. and by contributions to youpbs statiofromiewe like you. hankou. >> ifill: the highest court in the land took on a major social issue today, t
flyers like this one at every bart station in san francisco. >> it was a pretty late event for me, and i just -- i can't believe i dozed off. >> the hairstyle hairstylist from san bruno said she fell asleep with her pooch in her carrier. when she woke up, the the little pomeranian was gone. this is a picture of him in his tuxedo. the carrier looks just like a purse, so it's possible that the thief who snatched archie didn't even know he was inside. >> no questions asked, just i have a reward, and i would love to have him home. i will do anything. it would be a miracle to have him back. >> she suffers from anxiety after experiencing a plane crash in her childhood, so archie helps her cope with that anxiety without having any medication. now, she's been looking for archie around the clock. she's been going to shelters and filed a report with the police. she's offered a $3,000 reward. she also plans to start a facebook page for her missing dog. if you have any information about this case, you're urged to call bart police. i'm tara moriarty, ktvu news. >>> let's check in again with sal. two
that continue to stream from the north bay to the south bay. kahn see near san francisco a little bit of cloudiness there and all the way up toward santa rosa and cloverdale. live doppler 7hd picking up no moisture. there is no rain expected for at least 24 to 36 hours. we could see a few changes into the latter part of the workweek. san francisco 49 and half moon bay is is 45 degrees. our chance for some showers this week are dwindling right now. we will look at the for >> thankming up. >> thank you so much. >> family and friends in santa rosa said goodbye to a 14-year-old boy killed in a tragic racing accident. 1200 people packed the santa rosa bible search for the memorial service for marcus johnson. the crowd over flowed to other areas of the church. gina johnson had the strength to say boy who to her boy who was taken from her in an instant. >> forever we will feel the warmth of your smile, marcus, your heart felt embrace, the magic in your eyes and the gentleness of your soul. >> marcus was killed when he was hit by a sprint car driven by his cousin, chase, march 16th at the rac
sports tradition. game one of the 'battle of the bay' is at a- t&t park tonight. the san francisco giants versus the oakland a's. in the first of three exhibition games between the two local teams. kron 4's j.r. stone has been with fans all day. he joins us live outside a- t&t park with reaction. j.r. >> reporter: it may only be an exhibition game but baseball is back in the bay area. you can feel the energy outside at at&t park. hosts fans that are making their wastes into at&t park ferran they have been here all day they are in the midst of all >> the san francisco giants. fan and they showed a fairly early. >> to 30. >> probably to 45. if >> 1:00 p.m.. it >> 9 afc. >> what was going through your mind? >> to get a crowd of barograph care of for some it was making a fashion statement. >> i want to know if this is perhaps >> pam: bad news for california's water supply. today the department of water resources announced that the state only has about half of the normal amount of snow in the mountains. kron 4's charles clifford has details on whether or not we may now be facing drought condit
. she was heading home from a san francisco spca fundraising event. she has been looking for archy around the clock. going to shelters. filing various reports. if you have any information you are asked to contact bart police. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san mateo police will be back at ayr gone high school after receiving a threat from the school. police say they will be there again and through the weekend as a precaution. >>> the house of representatives passed it yesterday. it keeps the government funded for the next six months. now the spending bill leaves in place $85 billion in sequestration budget cuts to the pentagon and to domestic programs. and as a result, hundreds of thousands of government workers can expect temporary furloughs over the next six months. one thing the new spending bill requires is for mail delivery to continue six days a week. the postal service wanted to eliminate first class delivery on saturdays to save money. the government accountability office is already said the postal service cannot just decide to end saturday service. but some lawmake
a san francisco spca fundraising event. she has been looking for archy around the clock. going to shelters. filing various reports. if you have any information you are asked to contact bart police. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san mateo police will be back at ayr gone high school after receiving a threat from the school. police say they will be there again and through the weekend as a precaution. >>> the house of representatives passed it yesterday. it keeps the government funded for the next six months. now the spending bill leaves in place $85 billion in sequestration budget cuts to the pentagon and to domestic programs. and as a result, hundreds of thousands of government workers can expect temporary furloughs over the next six months. one thing the new spending bill requires is for mail delivery to continue six days a week. the postal service wanted to eliminate first class delivery on saturdays to save money. the government accountability office is already said the postal service cannot just decide to end saturday service. bu
the bay area. >> looking at your afternoon highs. downtown san francisco 65 degrees. 70 for fairfield. upper 60s for antioch and pleasanton. satellite and radar shows all is quiet and of the bay area not contending with any wet weather. >> high-pressure is back in control. warming will continue into the weekend. we have changes to talk about starting the next work weeks. >> we will see more aware of cloud cover wednesday into thursday we are looking at a 30 percent chance of rain. >> big changes to talk about. spring showers back of the forecast. at 4:02 let u just the morning ride with njanu . >> early tracking a hot spot in the traffic center southbound 280 on laughlin. 2 lanes are blocked. emergency crews are on the scene. we will continue to track that. taking a look at the bay bridge is we will start with the bay bridge. traffic is light at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. >> send a tail light as rel. and 11 minutes drive time. >> as well. no incidents at the golden gate bridge. >> looking at the rest of the maps going back you could see the east bay ride is looking lik
and lesbians the right to marriage. the report begins tomorrow. >> san francisco kids are not the only ones on spring agree, muni is taking a vacation scaling backs service to match reduced demand and save money. the agency says they reduced services during christmas and new years, a time when ridership drops and it worked. they are trying it again. they expect to save about $45,000 mainly from reduced overtime and maintenance. >> tomorrow, late night bart rides will face delays because of work if the tube to make it safer in case of earthquake. you can expect delays every tuesday, wednesday, and thursday for the next 14 mes. one of the tubes will be closed during work hours. >> ahead, a string of attempted burglaries in a peninsula neighborhood. the familiar tactics the sheriff deputies say the criminals using. >> google glasses not on sale but a state wants to restrict when gadget lovers can use them. >> live look at walnut creek with 680 traffic >> starting out with cloudy conditions, and live doppler 7 hd could see a little bit of action by the end of the work week but this only we are
is not showing anything on the radar. it is 47 degrees right now in san francisco. i will talk more about the weekend forecast in just a bed. >it. >> investigators are still on the scene and that just gave a tour to the world famous chefs. she was very emotional talking to us about all this means to her and what she saw. >> i want to thank the support of the insurance company. >> there are a lot of people will love your restaurant. when do you think you will be able to reopen? >> it is just a matter of having the hallway to the upstairs rebuild. the downstairs may be able to open sooner if we find way to camouflage. i probably will have to put up a big swing that has a pitcher what the restaurant looks like until they sick said. >> do you take it will be exactly the same? >> i am not sure. we may have to extend the dining room out farther and make it a little bit larger. i am not sure whether or not we can do this but this is the first thought that i had. >> off as you were taking the two otour, can you walk us through your a motion. >> i am pretty shaky right now. i am just glad that no
served until 2016. the deal unraveled in recent days. >> police in south san francisco are searching for a serial arsonist who started three fires in the city over the weekend. police said two fires were lit in orange park on memorial drive and a third was started near 500 block of el camino real out. all three fires were quickly extinguished and caused little damage police said. no suspects them permission was immediately available. >> the san mateo county sheriff's office is warning residents about a rash of the or not burglaries' that occurred in residential neighborhoods around san carlos. according to the sheriff's office, potential burglars have been approaching holmes' and knocking on doors to see of the residents are home. if someone answers the door, the burglars ask for bogus directions or ask to see someone who doesn't live there. it no answers the door, the home is often burglarize. >> we have an amber alert issued for 11 month-old girl in the backseat of a car that was stolen out someone's driveway this morning. officer albert morales was san jose police joining us with
. more of this system and associated. the center of south details, coming up. >> pam: san francisco's mayor got an up close look at the neighborhood ravaged by floodwaters. from a broken water main. here you can see mayor ed public officials. at 15th ave and wawona in west portal. there, he talked with homeowners and toured the damaged homes. he says he is trying to get a sense of the scope of the problem. >> to understand where this occurred, how all this occurred and understand why these structures have a red tag, yellow tech there is a lot of work that has to be done. still, into nearing assessments that have to be done because of constant movement. with engineering assessments and needing to be done. still making sure that nothing worse will be happening and what nature has in store that could further compromise sensitive areas. this gives me an opportunity to understand what the homeowners are going through. >> pam: this is video from one week ago that shows the water gushing from the broken main. cars were submerged.and 27 homes were damaged, three of which are red tagged.mean
the north bay to the south bay. kahn see near san francisco a little bit of cloudiness there and all the way up toward santa rosa and cloverdale. live doppler 7hd picking up no moisture. there is no rain expected for at least 24 to 36 hours. we could see a few changes into the latter part of the workweek. san francisco 49 and half moon bay is is 45 degrees. our chance for some showers this week are dwindling right now. we will look at the forecast coming up. >> thank you so much. >> family and friends in santa rosa said goodbye to a 14-year-old boy killed in a tragic racing accident. 1200 people packed the santa rosa bible search for the memorial service for marcus johnson. the crowd over flowed to other areas of the church. gina johnson had the strength to say goodbye to her boy who was taken from her in an instant. >> forever we will feel the warmth of your smile, marcus, your heart felt embrace, the magic in your eyes and the gentleness of your soul. >> marcus was killed when he was hit by a sprint car driven by his cousin, chase, march 16th at the race way park. the 68-year-old race way
is a live look from san francisco. you can see we have clear blue skies around the bay area this morning. does the few high clouds out there. here is another look towards the east bay hills. let's take a look at our visibility map. you can see its reduced down to 3 mi. in santa rosa and half moon bay. the careful if you are driving out there this morning. still on the cool side we're looking at the reason for it in the bay area. 39 in pleasanton. if you're in oakland at the running festival this morning it's 46 degrees. today will be the warmest day of the week. sunny skies in the afternoons and a few degrees warmer than will we saw yesterday. changes are on the way. rain is returned to the forecast. details are coming later. >> in developing news. the fatal violence at a virginia has a bay area that the gunman and one victim are from the bay area. kron 4's mike pelton is in the newsroom with more details on the shooter and his victims. >> the marine corps identified the alleged sergeant eusebio lopez, a 25-year-old marine from pacifica. he was a tactics candidates school and a machine g
to her. somewhere between san francisco and san bruno she dozed off. when she woke up, archie and her carrier were gone. archie is trained to help people cope with anxiety. she's asking anyone who knows where he might be to please contact her. >>> a peninsula man facing dui charges after officers say he drove the wrong way on interstate 280 for about 14 miles at a speed of 70 miles an hour. the chp spotted the car early yesterday morning near trousdale. chp caught up to the car in woodside. a patrol car blocked the man from driving any further. the chp says the driver is 60-year-old man from san bruno. officers say this is his second dui arrest just this month. >>> still ahead on nbc bay area news, the big upset win that's giving cal the chance to gear up for the second round in the ncaa tournament. >>> plus -- >> on bob redell just powering through friday morning to get to the weekend for this wonderful weather and the show here at alameda county fairgrounds. hold onto your seats. live reporting coming up. >> hold onto your steering wheel. winds whipped through the bay area today onl
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